Ryan meets John Stuart, John, and Jesus.

Mohandas Ghandi said, “Morality is contraband in war,” but Saving Private Ryan shows viewers that war has a moral component to it. In Saving Private Ryan, an elderly veteran remembers his experience in World War II, starting with the beginning of the Normandy Invasion in France. Tom Hanks’s character, Captain John H. Miller, is one of the men who survived. Back in the U.S., General George C. Marshal discovers that 3 of the 4 Ryan brothers were killed in combat within days of each other and their mother will receive the notices on the same day.

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